Estates like Yorke Drive are communities, and consist of more than the people who live there. As part of the consultation, community groups, charities, churches, businesses, schools, shops and statutory organisations will be fully consulted and encouraged to take part in the master-planning process.
If you or your organisation is working in the Yorke Drive estate area, and want to know more about what is being proposed and how you can get involved, please contact the Project Team via Harriet Partington at 01636 655462 or Harriet.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ways to be involved
Fill in the residents household survey – residents can fill in the survey that is being carried out in the area.
Attend an event
During the next few months, you will be invited to events, workshops and exhibitions to discuss the development and masterplan.
These will be advertised in the newsletter, on Facebook and Twitter.
Yorke Drive Residents Consultative Panel
As part of the household survey we asked residents if they would like to be involved in a Consultative Panel, to work with the architects and other members of the Yorke Drive team. 33 residents said they would be keen to get involved, with a further 38 residents indicating that they would like to learn more about what being part of the panel will involve.
If you are interested in joining the panel please contact Harriet Partington on 01636 655462, or email harriet.partington@email@example.com
Keeping up to date
You can keep up to date by regularly checking these webpages, or by following us on Twitter or Facebook.
We will also be sending out regular newsletters for the project, which will include updates on progress, the next steps in the project, and advertise consultation events.
Electronic copies of the newsletters will be available in this section for you to download or view.
Important dates and events will be posted here regularly, as well as being advertised on social media.
You can also provide us with your e mail details, and we will send you key information and invitations to events.